Last updated on February 12th, 2015 at 12:51 pm
My friend Matty Silver an experienced sex therapist recently wrote about the toxicity of sexual jealousy in The Beast (a magazine distributed in Bondi, Clovelly, Randwick and Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs).
If it is not dealt with immediately it will slowly poison the relationship and can harm all parties involved.
Jealousy and envy generally stem from a very fragile place where a person feels vulnerable and insecure. It is an immature emotional response more suited to a three-year-old.
You can’t let a three-year-old part dictate your life and control things, it’s not very attractive for your or your significant others. Get help to move beyond the hurt and heal what informs this.
Sex therapy in combination with marital counselling offer you the skills and ability to fully embrace life and the relationship you deserve, begin it now by making the call to a couples therapist near you today.
Last updated on February 12th, 2015 at 12:49 pm
I have returned from the the final Advanced Clinical in Resource Therapy training run by Dr Gordon Emmerson. What a wonderful experience.
Dr Emmerson selected those practitioners he felt had the field experience, expertise in working with a wide variety of patients and emotional depth to be trainers of Resource Therapy (RT).
I am deeply honoured to accept the invitation to be a RT trainer.
Next year I will be delivering training in New Zealand and Australia, Sydney and possibly Brisbane. I’ll keep clinicians posted. Continue reading Resource Therapy Invitation from Dr Emmerson
Last updated on February 12th, 2015 at 12:46 pm
Believe or not seeking professional marital help is becoming the preferred option earlier and being acknowledged as best practice by our federal leaders.
The government has recognised this and committed a budget of $20 million dollars in a relationship-strengthening trial program to prevent divorce and separation.
I’m all for strengthening relationships!
As of now, July 2014 you can visit http://www.dss.gov.au/our-responsibilities/families-and-children/programs-services/stronger-relationships-trial
Where the Department of Social Services is offering a one of $200 payment for couple to for counselling and education session.
There are 100,000 therapy sessions, open to all committed couples be they married for years, or seeking pre-marriage counselling, are newlyweds, defacto couples, and is non discriminatory being open for same-sex couples.
WARNING READ MORE… Continue reading Marriage Works now has more counselling appointments on offer!